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HSTHawaiian Standard Time (GMT-1030)
HSTHealth Sciences and Technology
HSTHarmonized Sales Tax (Canada)
HSTHubble Space Telescope
HSTHealth Systems Trust
HSTHarry S. Truman
HSTHigh School Transcript (education)
HSTHunter S. Thompson (writer)
HSTHastings
HSTHigh Speed Train
HSTHoist
HSTHawaiian Standard Time
HSTHosting
HSTHistory Host
HSTHydrostatic Transmission
HSTHegemonic Stability Theory (international relations)
HSTHighland School of Technology (Gastonia, NC)
HSTHeat Shrink Tubing
HSTHome Sleep Testing
HSTHigh-Speed Technology (Modem)
HSTHigh Speed Technology
HSTHealth Services Team (various locations)
HSTHumane Society of Tulsa (Tulsa, OK)
HSTHuman Services Today (journal)
HSTHenkilön Sähköinen Tunnistaminen
HSTHigher Surgical Training (medical)
HSTHelicopter Support Team
HSTHeat Soak Test (treatment to convert Nickel Sulphide in tempered glass)
HSTHealth and Safety Technician
HSTHistory/Host (File Name Extension)
HSTHypersonic Transport
HSTHenkel Surface Technologies (India)
HSTHalf Season Ticket (football games; UK)
HSTHistory Speaks Today
HSTHuman Subjects Training (clinical studies)
HSTHippo Site Toolkit
HSTHaggard School of Theology (Azusa Pacific University; California)
HSTHome-Station Training
HSTHigh Starting Torque (expansion valve)
HSTHorse Shoe Tear (eye injury)
HSTHostile Sub-Terrestrial (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
HSTHigh Score Table
HSTHealthy School Team
HSTHigh Pressure Sodium-Tubular
HSTHypertropy Specific Training (bodybuilding method)
HSTHazardous Substance Tax
HSTHubbard-Stratonovich Transformation
HSTHoyt's Sector Theory
HSTHybrid Silica Technologies, Inc. (Ithaca, NY)
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The European Space Agency has also commissioned private industrial studies of a commercial space hypersonic transport. One study by Bristol Aerospace, developer of the Ascender spaceplane, came up with a three-phase developmental plan for a Space Bus system that could regularly make flights for as little as $250,000 each.
In worrying whether there'd be a market for a hypersonic transport, of course, we're assuming that such a plane could spin off from the NASP program.
The Sanger 2 is an air-breathing hypersonic transport that would carry a rocket-powered second stage, which would be either manned or unmanned.